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Pelican Point Lodge with seals in the foreground

Kayaking with seals in Namibia

On her first visit to Namibia, our Africa Product Executive Laura was in complete awe of the incredible scenery and ever-changing landscapes. Here, she tells us about the highlight of her trip. From the rust red dunes of Sossusvlei and the eerie trees of Dead Vlei to the haunting beauty of the Skeleton Coast and incredible game more »

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The Wonders of the Wild in Ruaha

Tanzania is one of Africa’s top safari destinations. Boasting a diverse array of wildlife, fantastic safari experiences and brilliant guiding, it is easy to see why. Safari expert, Harry, gets off the beaten track in Tanzania, discovering the wonders of one of Africa’s best kept secrets, Ruaha National Park. The lesser known national park of Ruaha is situated in more »

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Madagascar after dark

It is no secret that Madagascar is home to some of the world’s most weird and wonderful flora and fauna. That being said, Madagascar is not all baobabs and lemurs, discovered safari specialist, Anton, on a recent trip to the world’s oldest island. Home to a nocturnal world that only comes to life after dark, Madagascar is more »

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Going green in the Kalahari

The Kalahari is a vast, arid wilderness that covers much of southern Africa, stretching from Namibia in the west to Botswana in the east and South Africa to the south. It covers a staggering 900,000km2 – an area roughly the size of Venezuela! Most of Botswana’s landscape is part of the Kalahari ecosystem and even the more »

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